A caller to police reported he was being threatened by a man with a knife at the College Arms apartments on August 17 at 12:15 p.m.
The suspect was described as wearing blue jeans, black shirt and a black hat traveling the parking lot. Officers were sent to the scene and questioned a man fitting the profile.
Both parties were taken into headquarters for investigation and the detective division would review the surveillance tapes.
Chief Gregory Camp said police were unable to confirm or deny claims and the complainant withdrew their complaint.
Liquor Violation Issued to Deli
A caller reported to police that a large group had gathered in front of the deli at 178 Cortlandt Street and were maybe drinking alcohol on August 17 just after 8 p.m.
Officers report illegal consumption of alcohol inside the premise and issue a State Liquor Authority summons and referral.
A caller reported to police that her granddaughter had returned home at 9:30 p.m. on August 18 saying she had been following very closely by a man driving a car with NY plates which she was able to identify. When her boyfriend arrived to walk with her, the man left immediately.
Hours later, the boyfriend said he had been walking near his home and found the same man now following another woman; he called his girlfriend's grandmother to tell her and she in turn called police.
Police sent police to the Morse school lot where the incident allegedly took place. They found the car unoccupied there and would monitor the area. Police had no updates.
A man told police on August 19 at 1:34 a.m. that he was walking from the bar formerly known as the La Embajada Bar (now El Mango) on Cortlandt Street when he was approached by five or six men who held him down and robbed him.
Police said the complainant was drunk and said he did not want to write a statement right now and wanted to go home. He was give the police number and detective's information. Police asked him several times if he would like to file a statement tonight so the case could be completed for an arrest but he insisted on coming back later. Police said he did not have any valid identification.
Police would continue to search the area for suspects, but had no updates.
Son Going after Father
A Wirth Avenue man reported his son was going after him. Police arrested the 19-year-old Sleepy Hollow man for criminal contempt and harassment.
Bail was set at $2,500 cash, $5,000 which the teen was unable to post. He was sent to Westchester County Jail.
Note: An arrest does not indicate a conviction.